Food, Fashion, Love and Tattoos

While on Bloglovin today I searched the Top Blog topics and was not too surprised they are about Food, Fashion, Love & Tattoos.
I was curious, though, looking at my own profile on Bloglovin,
via PressSync
…as a thought flew through my mind while I gazed at that big fat zero;

“What are people interested in reading out in ‘cyber-world’?”

Food, Fashion, Love and Tattoos. Hmmm…

I will be the first to admit I am a nerd. Brain Research facinates me, Executive Function processes and the Phonlogical Loop amaze me. Dyslexia Awareness, Advocacy, stories, Dyslexia Law are my passion…and I wonder,

“Why are these topics not the ‘Top Blog’ posts on Bloglovin or other blog communities?” “How can I promote this in my own, small world?”

I believe the answer is, simply, one blog post at a time. There is not secret fromula. Passion and Persistence in what we deem important will bring about change & awareness.

And for now, here is my own “Top Blogs” that are promoting, discussing, advocating & teaching about Learning Differences:

https://www.isucceedonline.com (Build Pathways)
http://www.ncld.org
http://www.decodingdyslexia.net
http://benfoss.com/blog/
https://www.facebook.com/Turningaroun…
http://dyslexiamaterials.blogspot.com/
http://www.beatingdyslexia.com/dyslexia-blog.html

You can also connect with most of these blogs on Twitter & Facebook, too!

Are you passionate about Dyslexia Awareness, Advocating, lobbying for Dyslexia Law in your state? I would love to hear from you!

Comment below with a link to your blog, website, etc. I will check it out within the next week!!

~sherri

4 Comments

  1. I liked this post on Bloglovin’ and through WordPress 🙂 I’m a dyslexic blogger though, so I guess that proves Marianne’s point of people finding you 🙂

    1. Thank you! I appreciate you commenting! I love making connections in the “Dyslexic world”!! Looking forward to checking out your blog!
      ~sherri

  2. I’m not sure how long you have been blogging Sherri, but the message that you have will find the people who need it. Sometimes it just takes a bit. I have been blogging about homeschooling with dyslexia for 2 years and have finally been able to begin to grow as a blog as my readers share my posts.

    My blog is called Abundant Life @ http://www.MarianneSunderland.com

    1. Thank you, Marianne! I have been blogging only 6 months. Looking forward to reading your blog! Thank you so much for your encouraging words!
      ~sherri

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